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The book relates many stories about Reagan, some as a politician, but most simply as a friend and as a private man. A few of the stories are well known, but most are based on personal recollections known only to the person telling the story.
Some will make you laugh; others might bring a tear to your eye, /5(4). The book relates many stories about Reagan, some as a politician, but most simply as a friend and as a private man.
A few of the stories are well known, but most are based on personal recollections /5(4). These recollections recall the major events of Reagan's political career and elucidate the remarkable strengths―and, occasionally, the limitations―of a president whose leadership qualities were controversial in his day and still are.
The authors make a strong case for Reagan's ranking as a 'near great' by: 1. The book relates many stories about Reagan, some as Recollections of Reagan book politician, but most simply as a friend and as a private man.
A few of the stories are well known, but most are based on personal recollections known only to the person telling the story/5(4). In this political biography of Reagan, D'Souza (Illiberal Education) occasionally slips into hagiology, defending the former president like a zealot.
Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan by An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan.
HarperCollins Publishers, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard. Recollections of Reagan is filled with anecdotes, both poignant and humorous, as well as fascinating bits of history, from Reagan's early days in film to his appointment as Governor of California, to his unsuccessful bid for the White House into his two-term presidency.
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Hannaford: Books - (4). Patti Davis is the author of five books, including The Way I See It and Angels Don’t Die. Her articles have appeared in many magazines and newspapers, among them Time, Newsweek, Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country, Vanity Fair, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times/5(64).
These books give insight and revelations about Ronald Reagan and his family from the very start of his political career, when Reagan delivered his national address, THE SPEECH, a Time for Choosing, on behalf of Senator Barry Goldwater’s Presidential Campaign in October of COVID Resources.
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In At Reagan's Side, Reagan scholars Jeff Chidester and Stephen Knott compile excerpts from interviews of top Reagan officials. Through the Miller Center's Ronald Reagan Oral History Project, Chidester and Knott show readers the life of the "Great Communicator" through the eyes of both famous and lesser-known administration insiders like James Baker, Edwin Meese, Price: $ Note: Hiss and noise as on original Title: Highway Recollections Series Description: Sincea number of oral histories have been conducted and produced by Department volunteers, the Caltrans History Preservation Committee, and the District 3 History "Highway Recollections Series" consists of tape recordings and published.
The recollections of the 80 men and women in “Reagan Remembered” attest that Reagan was such a leader and possessed that kind of character. The Daily Signal depends on the support of readers. The Reagan Presidency: Ten Intimate Perspectives of Ronald Reagan (Portraits of American Presidents, Vol 9) Kenneth W.
Thompson(Editor) Paperback. Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan by Peter Hannaford (Editor) Hardcover William Morrow & Company; ISBN: Ronald Reagan’s autobiography is a work of major historicalin his own words, is the story of his life—public and private—told in a book both frank and compellingly readable.
Few presidents have accomplished more, or been so effective in changing the direction of government in ways that are both fundamental and lasting, than Ronald Reagan/5(57). Peter Hannaford received his first appointment from then-Gov. Reagan in He is the author five books about the late president, including “Recollections of Reagan” (William Morrow.
Martin Anderson and Annelise Anderson, Reagan’s Secret War: The Untold Story of His Fight to Save the World from Nuclear Disaster (New York: Crown, ), 4; and Martin Anderson in Hannaford, ed., Recollections of Reagan, Note: Hiss and noise as on original Title: Highway Recollections Series Description: During a year engineering career, Bob Grout became a specialist in highway equipment repair and advanced from Assistant Highway Engineer in road construction maintenance to Supervising Equipment Engineer, and finally to Chief, Equipment Resources.
Recollections of Reagan: A Confounding Centennial President Reagan (Credit: Ronald Reagan Library) While visiting embattled Nicaragua as a journalist inI met the grieving mother of a four-year-old killed by the Contras. FYI: This fall also saw publication of Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan edited by Peter Hannaford (Morrow, $24 p ISBN ) and Michael Reagan.
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$ shipping. or Best Offer. 5 pre-owned from $ Kathy's Recollections: Surviving the Fog was an unusual book. The first chapter seem to be much the same as Stephen King's The Fog but the similarity ended there.
The reader is inadvertently led to believe the story will be about the struggle against fog monsters but they play a miniscule part in the plot/5.
Inin a book all-too-easily forgotten by friend and foe alike, Reagan outlined his very Burkean and Smithian vision of spontaneous order. The book, The Creative Society, a somewhat obvious jab at and humorous take on Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, published by the relatively obscure firm of Devin-Adair.
At Reagan's Side: Insiders' Recollections from Sacremento to the White House Stephen F. Knott, Author, Jeffrey L. Chidester, Author Rowman & Littlefield Publishers $ (p) ISBN Lady in Red is the long-awaited collection of behind-the-scenes stories of one of the most influential First Ladies in modern history -- Nancy Reagan.
Lovingly compiled by long-time close confidante and aide, Sheila Tate, the audiobook provides a rare and much-anticipated look into the personal life of the president's wife, from her daily routines and travels as First Lady/5. Yet former President Bush remains polite in his recollections of Nancy Reagan.
He writes, “ Nancy Reagan was truly one of he most loyal and protective spouses I have ever met. No matter the issue — Nancy had Reagan ’s back. She and I tangled a time or two and she could be a complicated : Muriel Dobbin. A great book about Reagan the man through the eyes of a secret service agent who rode horses with him for over ten years.
Barletta provided protection for The President while they were riding both at Camp David, The Reagan Ranch and in England when Reagan rode with the Queen. His recollections of his time spent with the Reagans are /5. While academics continue their rewrite of the Reagan years, veterans of the beloved president’s old campaigns are getting their recollections down on record.
A new book, Reagan’s Revolution: The Untold Story of the Campaign That Started It All, chronicles the campaign. Its author, political strategist and campaign veteran Craig Shirley. The Quotable Ronald Reagan () The Reagans: A Political Portrait () Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan () Remembering Reagan () Ronald Reagan and His Ranch: The Western White House, () Talking Back to the Media () Presidential Retreats: Where the Presidents Went and Why They Went There ()Alma mater: University of California.
Inwith Nancy Reagan‘s memoir My Turn about to be published, Washingtonian Editor Jack Limpert wrote former White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan, who Nancy Reagan had helped push out of office, and asked him whether he’d be interested in reviewing Limpert recounts on his blog, he told Regan, “Please note that by ‘review’ I don’t mean a literary.
Reagan Lehman has 94 books on Goodreads, and is currently reading Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert, Calamity by Brandon Sander. The Best and Worst Presidential Memoirs. and the recollections of the election (“Dewey Wins”) make for compelling reading, but there’s nothing compelling about the Taft-Hartley Act Author: Allen Barra.
Two former staff members discussed their recollections of President Ronald Reagan. Edwin Meese served as Attorney General and Chief Policy Adviser under President Reagan and Peter Hannaford as public affairs director for Reagan when he was Governor of California.
“How Did the Midwest Shape Ronald. James Kirwin, On-Line Book Reviewer “Personal recollections of one of the true giants of the 20th century, June 1, ” Reagan: What Was He REALLY Like. offers an intimate close-up of the man and explains why almost everyone who worked for Ronald Reagan loved and respected him so : Morgan James Publishing.
For those who know the real story, that isn't hyperbole. I sometimes have to remind myself that anyone born after has scant recollections of Reagan's presidency. Even I, as a young speechwriter in the Reagan administration in (more on that later), did not fully comprehend his improbable path to the : St.
Martin''s Publishing Group. In Reagan and Gorbachev, Jack F. Matlock, Jr., gives an eyewitness account of how the Cold War ended, with humankind declared the winner. As Reagan’s principal adviser on Soviet and European affairs, and later as the U.S. ambassador to the U.S.S.R., Matlock lived history: He was the point person for Reagan’s evolving policy of conciliation toward the Soviet Union.5/5(1).
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Recollections of Reagan: A Portrait of Ronald Reagan (, Hardcover) *SIGNED* See more like this. The Reagan Diaries - Signed by Editor Douglas. I first met Gov. and Mrs.
Reagan after he became the nominee of the Republican Party in and the campaign headquarters was moved from Los Angeles to Arlington, Va. The Reagans moved as well from the West Coast and rented Wexford, a acre horse farm in Middleburg, Va., previously owned by President Kennedy.William Bennett spoke about his life and career, focusing on personal recollections of President Reagan.
Mr. Bennett was President Reagan's secretary of. Recollections of a Journalist. Prologue Gertrude Behrens Author James Michener Storyteller, author Alex Haley Novelist Tom Clancy Ringling Brothers Barnum Bailey Big Top Clown Happy Sinclair Bandleader, Composer Duke Ellington Artist, Entrepreneur Walt Disney Author Jessica Mitford Gannett Newspaper CEO Al Neuharth President Ronald Reagan .